Popular Post Stinus Olsen Posted March 30, 2011 Popular Post Report Share Posted March 30, 2011 Hi everyone A couple of weeks ago i had the need to put a small suite of applications i made in the tray area, but the VIs i could find to do this wasn't really very intuitive or was lacking the functions i needed. The solution? Another one of these put-your-LabVIEW-app-in-the-tray toolsets .. but this time, a little better wrapped than the example code you can find on NI's site.. ;-) (no offense) So here it is for you to evaluate .. it's not anything near final, and one can always find a number of small features lacking, but hey..it's event based, and its pretty easy to add more events if ever needed :-) Notes: Code is currently for LV8.6 and requires at least .NET Runtime 2.0, but i know for a fact that it runs on Win7 and LV2010.. Installation: Unpack / Extract contained "Notify Icon" folder into your user.lib and refresh palettes or restart LabVIEW.. Examples: Browse into your user.lib -> Notify Icon palette and drag the "NotifyIcon Class Example" VI to your block diagram (or open it by browsing into the "user.lib\Notify Icon\Example" folder) License: Since i made this code in my sparetime, but planned to be using it at work, i've made arrangements with the grand-old-boss and put a BSD License on it.. Feel free to send me any comments / questions AND bugfixes / error-reports Thanks Stinus Well..since FF4 doesn't want to play nice.. here is the code uploaded using good old IE :-/ Notify Icon.zip 9 Quote Link to comment
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